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Blue Bird's 30,000 cabs grab investors

Shares in Asia's biggest taxi company, Blue Bird, surged by nearly 20% when they debuted on the Indonesian Stock Exchange on Wednesday.

The initial public offering raised $200m (£126m) in capital for the firm, but since then, its shares have lost some ground.

The BBC's Ashleigh Nghiem spoke to the company's Director Noni Purnomo on what this means for the firm.

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